Bit Rate Throttling is now released

Bit Rate Throttling is now out of Beta. We are really pleased to announced the release of IIS Media Pack Bit Rate Throttling

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The key features that constitute V 1.0 of Bit Rate Throttling are:

  • Automatically reads the encoded bit rate information from each defined media file type
  • Per-response bandwidth limiting on progressive downloads for every connection
  • Throttling rules are configurable at the server, site, virtual directory, and file levels
  • Fast Start experience for end users
  • Extensible to add support for other media and file formats
  • Fully integrated into the IIS7 administration and configuration models
  • Set default and maximum throttling rates, and concurrent connection limits
  • NEW - Dynamically adjust throttling to account for any available bandwidth as per a configured value (watch out for another post on this shortly)

For more information, see the Bit Rate Throttling walkthroughs:

I cannot end this post without thanking the team for tremendous hard work. Thank you all!

  • Andrew, Sam, Jack and Brian for coding it
  • Jimin and Dave Cox for testing it
  • David Nelson for all the help content that ships with this release
  • And of course, I was the PM ;) (It's my post so I get to thank myself)
  • Chris (PM), for helping out with all earlier releases. We would not have got so far without that.
  • Mike, for envisioning this idea and doing early prototypes. We would not have this feature without him :)

Bit Rate Throttling is a great value add to the progressive download scenarios. Don't believe me, try it out to believe for yourself. We had fun making it hope you enjoy using the same.


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